Musselwick Sands Beach (Pembrokeshire)

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  • Information

    Musselwick Sands beach is a strip of golden sands with views of St. Davids Peninsula. The sand disappears at high tide but this beach is quiet and secluded due to the difficult access.

    Limited roadside parking and then roughly a 10 minute walk. To get down on to the beach you have steps cut into the rock.

    We have no current information on dog restrictions for Musselwick Sands Beach.

    Why not check other beaches nearby as we have no beaches around Dale, 54 beaches in Pembrokeshire, or check our list of Pembrokeshire Dog Friendly Beaches.

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    1 Review on “Musselwick Sands Beach (Pembrokeshire)”

    • Anonymous
      3 years ago

      Secret coves!
      We found this beach when the tide was in and thought it looked worth a visit at low tide. Steep rocky path but worth the walk. At low tide opens up to two beaches either side, golden sand, very secluded, even found seal tracks from the rock inlets.
      Stunning – but watch the tide you will get cut off!

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